Chez Fleur Part II

I am ecstatic to finally share photos of a project I have been working on for over two years - Chez Fleur.  This is my family's beach house in Seagrove Beach, FL that I first shared about here.  Find before images and background on this gorgeous property in the previous post.  This project included new space planning throughout and a complete reappropriation of all existing furnishings, art, and accessories that came with the house, as well as selling items that were not practical for the casual beach lifestyle my family desired.  Over the course of the past two years, new living and dining room furniture have been purchased, as well as meaningful art (some of which I gathered on my travels abroad), new bedding and some new furnishings for the three guest rooms.  Spaces have been totally repurposed and reorganized, in order to capitalize on the gorgeous architectural details and maximize light and comfort throughout the house.  And here are the results - livable, timeless, stunning. IMG_5885

Exterior view from the beach


Fountain in the East Courtyard


View from the Atrium


Dining Room




View from Dining Room into Kitchen

IMG_6947Two of the six double doors opening onto the veranda, reclaimed heart pine flooring from a barn in Mississippi


Living RoomIMG_6984

Limestone fireplace detailIMG_6975 IMG_6972

An armoire built in France, but made from imported Georgia pine, bought at Scott's Antiques in Atlanta, GAIMG_6967IMG_7091View from the stairwell


The Gathering Room IMG_6990

Vaulted ceiling with reclaimed heart pine beamsIMG_6987 IMG_6985IMG_7041IMG_7009

The airy canopy bed in one of the guest rooms


Seahorse detail on the antique iron bed


View into Master Bedroom IMG_7064

The Master Bedroom's gorgeous custom painted iron canopy bedIMG_7088

Bed detail IMG_7087

My grandmother's terrarium lampsIMG_7084

One of my dad's many boat paintingsIMG_7067 IMG_7055

View into the Master BathIMG_7046View of the landing into the Master Suite

Thank you for looking!